Showing items tagged with 'photographers' council'
14 February 2018: When the teenage photographer's photo of a pranged super-car was syndicated by his local paper to the national press, he had to claim his copyright.
12 February 2018: #useitpayforit: newspaper groups are sacking photographers and asking camera clubs for free images. The NUJ says if its good enough to publish it is good enough to be paid for.
5 February 2018: #Useitpayforit is a month-long campaign to encourage amateurs to understand the value of the photographs and videos they provide to news organisations.
16 January 2018: #Useitpayforit is the hashtag for an NUJ campaign to encourage amateurs to understand the value of the photographs and videos they provide to news organisations.
5 February 2017: NUJ photographers give their thoughts on the campaign.
15 April 2016: The suggestion to smash cameras is an incitement to violence and is condemned by the union.
15 July 2015: The NUJ has called upon Taylor Swift’s management to discuss fairer contracts for photographers covering the singer’s performances.
3 July 2015: The union is urging members to sign the petition and contact MEPs.
26 June 2015: The NUJ's Photographers' Council has re-issued its template for its Photographer and Artist Agreement and guidelines for photographers and videographers covering live music.
11 March 2015: The photographers’ council is concerned by the proposed changes to contracts relating to the photographic portal Alamy.